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The Pampered Chef Mother's Day Deals! (Guest Post)


Post by Shelley Patterson

How many of you just LOVE Pampered Chef products? I know I do. They always have so many fun new tools to add to my kitchen collection. On top of that, they always seem to have great gift ideas. That’s why I am so excited for these next few months. For those of you who don’t have any clue what to get Mom for Mother’s Day, I’ve got just the thing.  And to top it off, each of these sets saves a little money; Now who doesn’t love that?

Happy Hour:  Cheers to Mom! This set includes our Dots Martini Glasses, Lemon Sprinkle, Quick-Stir Pitcher, and some recipe cards. All of that for only $60- That’s an $8 savings!


Sweet Endings: Almost as sweet as she is! This set includes our Coconut Lime Sauce, Chocolate Raspberry Sauce, Cherry Almond Sauce, Caramel Sauce AND our Dessert Plates. All of that for only $39- That is a $30 savings!


Easy Brie-zy Pizza Set: The easy way to gourmet! This set includes our Large Round Stone with handles (our stoneware is awesome!), Garlic Press, Pizza Cutter, The Pampered Chef Stoneware Inspirations cookbook, Italian Seasoning mix, Spicy Pineapple Rum Sauce, Teriyaki Sauce with Honey, Raspberry Habanero Sauce (YUM!), and some recipe cards. All of that for only $99- that is a $16.25 savings!

Lunch on the go kit: She’ll use it every day! This set includes an adorable lunch on the go tote, 2 cup prep bowl set, Easy Opener, Quikut paring knife, and a Citrus Peeler. All that for only $25- that is a $10.50 savings!
Plus, if you want the bag for yourself, you can buy it separately for only $12.50!
And for those of you who dislike wrapping gifts (myself included), the Pampered Chef will also wrap your gift for only $6 more.

These exclusive gift sets are such great values, pick up one for yourself, another for a birthday gift, and don’t forget that wedding shower coming up.
And don’t forget our Help Whip Cancer month coming up in May as well. There are some fun pink products that will be available. And, for each Help Whip Cancer®product that you purchase, the Pampered Chef contributes $1 to the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer awareness and early detection programs.

Contact me or check out my website at www.pamperedchef.biz/shelleypatterson for more info. And if you decide you want to host a show, mention this website to receive a free gift from me.

Come on, let’s party!

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